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Old 07-12-2006, 05:48 PM   #1  
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I saw many lovely cards today on the sketch page that had white faux stitching. At least I think it ws faux. What pen did you all use? Is it something from the new catty? TIA
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If it is faux they probably used the Signo White Gel Pen which is in the current IB&C. HTH!
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I have done the faux stitching with a regular white gel pen, too.
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Thanks so much. Guess I'll have to call my darling demo.
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if you want to be really lazy (like me), then you can get rub-ons that look exactly like stitching! I got mine from addictedtoscrapbooking.com. Super-easy and looks great
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I've used a white prisma colored pencil on dark paper for faux stiches and it works great!
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Cool idea. I never thought of the pencil. I already have that. Thanks.
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Sakura is my brand of gel pen and I know they can be found at Michael's or Joannn's.
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